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dc.contributor.authorSacred Heart-
dc.description.abstractWith its rich tradition of Byzantine and Coptic Christianity and ancient religious shrines, Ethiopia has an impressive array of religious art, extending over many centuries. Most notable are its richly coloured icons, which sometimes cover entire walls of historic churches and religious chapels. Churches also display single icons on canvas or goat skin hung on frames, as well as diptychs and triptychs painted on wood, which are set above altars or posted on walls.....en_US
dc.publisherSacred Heart, 2014.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSacred Heart Newsletter;No.18, December 2014-
dc.subjectCelebrating Christmas Traditions through Ethiopean Iconographyen_US
dc.subjectWhy the Sacred Heart devotion is integral to Ignatian spiritualityen_US
dc.subjectMorning Offeringen_US
dc.subjectJoin 40 million others in this worldwide union of persons praying for the intentions of the Popeen_US
dc.subjectApostleship of Prayer Pope Francis’ Intentions for 2015en_US
dc.subjectCanadian Sacred Heart Messenger ends publication after 124 yearsen_US
dc.subjectThe Irish Sacred Heart Messenger continues its impressive historyen_US
dc.subject4th Pan-African Meeting of the AP and EYM Held in Cameroon mid-April 2014en_US
dc.subjectApostleship of Prayer Publications Showing a Different Face Todayen_US
dc.titleSacred Heart Newsletter – No.18, December 2014en_US
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